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(2017) investigated a similar increase in knee flexion ROM and pressure pain threshold following a live-instructed, a video-guided, and a self-guided FR intervention.
Caption: Figure 2: The anatomic sites for pressure pain threshold evaluations over the muscles, patellar tendon, pes anserinus bursae, and supraspinous ligaments in the anterior, posterior, and lateral views.
Caption: Figure 2: Changes in conditioned pain modulation (a), pressure pain threshold (b), cold pain tolerance (c), and cold pain threshold (d) from baseline to 12-month follow-up assessment for the group who developed chronic neck pain (CNP; black circles) and a control group who remained pain-free (CON; gray circles).
Interrater reliability of algometry in measuring pressure pain thresholds in healthy humans, using multiple raters.
Pressure pain threshold (PPT) is defined as the minimal amount of pressure that produces pain.
Fibromyalgia syndrome is a chronic disorder characterized by widespread pain and reduced pressure pain threshold (tender points) People with fibromyalgia may also experience fatigue, sleep disturbances, morning stiffness, increased headaches or facial pain, irritable bowel syndrome, depression, anxiety, difficulty concentrating, forgetfulness and problems multitasking.
Pressure pain threshold (PPTh) and pressure pain tolerance (PPTo) were determined on the middle joint of the middle finger of the participant's nondominant hand.
Perception of muscle soreness after exercise measured with the visual analogue scale (VAS) or pressure pain threshold (PPT) are important variables to consider when studying FR effects on recovery.
(2010) [23] consider this type of evaluation to be limited, declaring that the pressure pain threshold determined with the aid of an algometer has greater reliability than manual palpation.
Only the normality of pressure pain threshold did not hold; therefore, the Box-Cox transformation was applied on raw data of pressure pain threshold.